Intimidating football grounds
This tradition gave cause for the quite brilliant tweet below when, over the summer, Wolverhampton Wanderers’ famous real ground was finally scanned and confirmed for FIFA 19.
That alone means it merits a place on this list – though the grand old dame of Midlands football looks and feels the part, too.
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By using our guide to the best FIFA 19 stadiums to use in FUT.
There’s also a pleasing linearity to the way its stands are tiered, which almost give it an advanced create-a-stadium feel. Seattle Sounders’ – and Seahawks’ – home ground is another that has no shadows to wreak havoc on the playing surface, but an even bigger plus is its default camera angle.Much like we did for our ranking of NFL stadiums, we wanted to take measure of the entire experience -- the building, the atmosphere, the crowds, the rituals, the scene.To accomplish this task we reached out to some college-football writers who have attended more than their fair share of games over the decades. But at Oklahoma State they’re the Paddle People, a group of students who bang these paddles on stadium surfaces to create one of the loudest environments in college football.It’s exactly the type of ground English fans are used to seeing in TV broadcasts of third round FA Cup ties between a minnow and a Premier League club, and thus the perfect Ultimate Team setting for a footballing romantic. Atlanta’s new stadium isn’t idea in terms of on-pitch shadow, but still warrants a look because of its uniqueness – albeit in a very different sense to Eibar’s ground.The only area of brightness on a sunny day is in the bottom-right hand-corner of the pitch, and your eyes do acclimatise to this after a few games – giving a sneaky online advantage if you want to play things naughtily.